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Empire Theatre

(New York, NY)
1430 Broadway (40th & 41st)
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by BWW News Desk - Sep 5, 2015
The adventurous food series, The Mind of a Chef, returns to public television this fall with two new chefs, Gabrielle Hamilton and David Kinch.
by Lacey Cannon Gonzales - Sep 26, 2019
At the core of the play is a family examining what it means to benefit from white privilege in a racially biased society. Director, David Jarrott succeeds in turning Joshua Harmon's words into an accelerant that forces white progressives to reexamine themselves and where their allyship stands. This production starkly displays the characters' problematic views and statements while still leaving room for audiences to relate to the family's dynamic. In the end, the play is left unresolved and open-ended leaving plenty of room for discussion post-show.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Sep 23, 2020
New York Times and USA Today Best-selling author, Tara Sue Me is pleased to announce the upcoming release of her new contemporary romance, Madame President. The book is scheduled for release by After Six Publishing on October 6, 2020.
by Deborah Bostock-Kelley - Sep 23, 2019
My husband loathes plays and yet I still dragged him out to Jaeb Theatre Sunday night to experience Spymonkey's Hysteria. After interviewing Toby last week, I knew it was our warped sense of humor and we'd love it. Not five minutes into the play at Klaus's unexpected greeting to Laura, he is tapping my knee mouthing, 'you were right.'
by Nancy Grossman - Sep 20, 2017
Merrimack Repertory Theatre rings the bell for the start of its 39th season with the New England premiere of Marco Ramirez's award-winning play inspired by the life of Jack Johnson, the first black man to fight for the title of World Heavyweight Boxing Champion. THE ROYALE is a beautifully-written and acted story about a man's quest to get his due and make a difference, about the unforeseen consequences of his actions and the damage he leaves in his wake, and a stunning commentary on the rending of the American social fabric that continues to threaten our peace and tranquility.
by Nancy Grossman - Sep 16, 2018
Brookline playwright and former Huntington Playwriting Fellow Eleanor Burgess captures the zeitgeist in her fast-paced and intense new play, THE NICETIES, now receiving its world premiere by the Huntington Theatre Company at the Calderwood Pavilion at the Boston Center for the Arts. Inspired by a 2015 firestorm at Yale University, her alma mater, Burgess dives head first into the deep end of racial politics in academia, and tackles difficult questions that are most often avoided in discourse in America today. She employs a millennial black student and a 60-year old white professor to effectively argue opposing sides of the debate, but Burgess is smart enough not to choose sides, leaving it up to the audience to contemplate their own thoughts and feelings.
by Stephi Wild - Sep 13, 2018
Announced today, “Dragon Skin” Authors Joe Trippi, Patrick Hayes, and Jules Radcliff have engaged as their Literary and Broadcast Agent, Alan Morell of Creative Management Partners LLC in Beverly Hills CA for their Book to Film Option rights. Mr. Trippi, (former FOX and current CNN Analyst) is a character featured in the Hugh Jackman upcoming fall film SONY release, “Front Runner”, the true story of Gary Hart and his presidential bid.
by Stephi Wild - Oct 6, 2021
Bestselling author Ken Follett comes to The Music Hall's virtual stage as part of the Writers on a New England Stage series, now being presented in an intimate, online format. He will discuss his new novel, NEVER, a globe-spanning spy thriller about impossible decisions and the unforeseen consequences that could lead to the next world war, set in the present day. 
by Alan Henry - Oct 29, 2018
RECYCLED ILLUSIONS comes to Teatro de la Estacion, running Dec. 1 and Dec. 2. 
by Stephi Wild - Oct 25, 2021
On Sunday, November 14 at 1 p.m. EST, #1 New York Times bestselling author Ken Follett comes to The Music Hall's virtual stage as part of the Writers on a New England Stage series, now being presented in an intimate, online format. He will discuss his new novel, NEVER, a globe-spanning spy thriller about impossible decisions and the unforeseen consequences that could lead to the next world war, set in the present day. 
by Xandra Harbet - Oct 22, 2018
With National City facing a breaking point in the treatment of Aliens, Supergirl must remain a hopeful beacon for the country as Agent Liberty corrals bigots and the Graves siblings try to destroy what little peace is left.
by Caryn Robbins - Oct 15, 2015
The adventurous food series, The Mind of a Chef, returns to public television this fall with two new chefs, Gabrielle Hamilton and David Kinch.
by BWW News Desk - Oct 1, 2015
Hilarity will ensue in this side-splitting tale of an unexpected and unforgettable family reunion! A frenzied portrayal of sibling rivalry, Christopher Durang's award-winning Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike plays the Aurora Theatre, October 1-25, as part of the 20th Anniversary Peach State Federal Credit Union Signature Series! A co-production with Horizon Theatre Company, this humorous plays takes a look into the rollercoaster of emotions derived from being a part of a 'celebrity' family while poking fun at the generational gap between Generation X and millennials.
by TV News Desk - Nov 9, 2015
After nearly two years of layering artistic comedy with satire and stripping down stereotypes, December 6th marks the date for independent filmmaker and founder of SOtv Productions, Stephani Ouzts, to introduce a web series revealing the un-sexy lives of four very different friends trying to survive in a city ruled by tiny, overpriced apartments; broken heels from falling down corporate ladders; closed Bibles to gay hands holding them; actors that audition for a living rather than make one; and where being single and thirty- something was suddenly equivalent to seeing a unicorn buying a metro card in Times Square - GOING NAKED.
by Stephi Wild - Nov 26, 2020
Victorian Opera returns to the stage in 2021 celebrating local talent and Australian opera. Among its ten productions, Victorian Opera presents the long-awaited revival of Richard Meale’s Voss, last staged in 1990; the high-octane rock musical The Who’s Tommy; and the world premiere of four new operas by local composers.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Nov 16, 2021
Continuing its new commitment to ongoing year-round programming, Newport Classical, which recently changed its name from Newport Music Festival, announces its spring Chamber Series concerts, running from January through May 2022 at the organization's new home venue, the Recital Hall at Emmanuel Church (42 Dearborn St.).
by Stephi Wild - Nov 14, 2020
Following the COVID-19 lockdown until 2 December, Chichester Festival Theatre has had to cancel or postpone some of the shows in the Autumn season.
by Student Blogger: Gillian Lintz - May 28, 2020
Most, if not all Musical Theatre students at my school, Anderson University, were heartbroken after receiving the school president's email that we would not be returning to campus after Spring Break.
by Kaitlin Milligan - May 19, 2020
Due to the unforeseen circumstances brought on by COVID-19, Queens-based indie folk-rock singer-songwriter Thin Lear announces that his new full-length album Wooden Cave, originally set for release April 24 on EggHunt Records, will now be released on July 24, 2020.
by Robert Diamond - Mar 23, 2018
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Mar 19, 2020
After being postponed at Joe's Pub due to the unforeseen pandemic, Justin Sayre brings his wild and witty comedy variety show The Meeting* to Livestream on March 22 at 8:00 PM EST. The Virtual show will be filmed in Julian Fleisher's 'Gay-sement,' a fully working stage and salon room in his home in Bovina Center, New York.
by Tori Hartshorn - Mar 15, 2018
Fortifying its commitment to invest in premium documentary programming, HISTORY has announced today 'HISTORY 100,' (working title) an ambitious new strand comprised of 100 films focusing on the most compelling historical events of the last 100 years. The first batch of eight films will spotlight significant stories in American history deserving to be told, such as the Mercury 13 group of prospective female astronauts that ignited an early public debate on gender equality, or provide new points of entry into iconic subjects like Mikhail Gorbachev. From acclaimed, award-winning auspices including Barbara Kopple (American Dream), Daniel Junge (Saving Face), Charles Ferguson (Inside Job) and Werner Herzog (Into the Inferno, Grizly Man), 'HISTORY 100' is a complement to the network's ongoing non-fiction and scripted series programming slate.
by Stephi Wild - Jun 3, 2019
Tron Theatre Company is working with director Debbie Hannan to bring to the stage the Scottish premiere of Marius von Mayenburg's scalpel-sharp, fast-moving and hilarious comedy The Ugly One, translated by Maja Zade, this summer.
by Julie Musbach - Jun 28, 2018
The Barrow Group announces their 2018-2019 season, which consists of three daring productions that invite audiences to take a look deep within- inspiring positive change in action and awareness.
by Kristen Morale - Jul 26, 2017
Written by Tom Stoppard, directed by Cheryl Faraone and presented by the Potomac Theatre Project as a start to its wondrous 31st season, Arcadia truly tests the limits of what constitutes a good show by not only compelling the audience to listen and understand, but also to feel and experience: a mix that makes for one spectacular theatrical experience. The research conducted, the knowledge of the world that permeates the air combined with that which has yet to be discovered makes for an entrancing and intellectual plot, not to mention one that hardly lacks for humor or more relatable human emotion.
by Stephi Wild - Jan 20, 2021
The Marsh welcomes a diversified line-up of guests for Stephanie's MarshStream – from an acclaimed playwright to a leader at the forefront of curriculum education, Bay Area-based actors, a longtime public radio journalist, and more.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Jan 18, 2021
DYING CITY runs January 15th through 25th, 2021 at Penguin Point Productions' venue, located in the Oviedo Mall at 1220 Oviedo Mall Blvd in Oviedo. Performances are at 7:00pm on Fridays and Saturdays with Sunday matinee performances beginning at 2:00pm.
by A.A. Cristi - Jan 11, 2019
92nd Street Y is a world-class, nonprofit cultural and community center that fosters the mental, physical and spiritual health of people throughout their lives, offering: wide-ranging conversations with the world's best minds; an outstanding range of programming in the performing, visual and literary arts; fitness and sports programs; and activities for children and families. 92Y is reimagining what it means to be a community center in the digital age with initiatives like the award-winning #GivingTuesday, launched by 92Y in 2012 and now recognized across the US and in a growing number of regions worldwide as a day to celebrate and promote giving. These kinds of initiatives are transforming the way people share ideas and translate them into action both locally and around the world. More than 300,000 people visit 92Y annually; millions more participate in 92Y's digital and online initiatives. A proudly Jewish organization since its founding in 1874, 92Y embraces its heritage and welcomes people of all backgrounds and perspectives. For more information, visit www.92Y.org.
by Christina Mancuso - Feb 8, 2016
Edward R. Dunlap, a cook, fisherman, outdoors enthusiast, devoted writer and author, has completed his newest work 'Castles in the Sky Vessel of Dreams': a gripping and unique work of personal triumph and acceptance.
by Jack L. B. Gohn - Feb 25, 2020
Turns out Undine doesn't exist in the public records beyond 15 years back because Undine was born Sharona Watkins, and cruelly deserted her folks' lives to reinvent herself with a highfallutin' name and a highfallutin' profession. Now she needs to rebuild the bridges she burned and reclaim Sharona-dom because Undine-ness has collapsed on her.
by BWW News Desk - Feb 24, 2016
Alley Theatre presents REMOTE HOUSTON, a participatory, pedestrian-based live theatre experience where groups of 50 individuals meet and discover the city of Houston from a new remote perspective. The performances begin April 12 and run through May 13.
by Stephi Wild - Feb 21, 2020
The new institution of the Cyprus Choreography Showcase aims primarily to offer to Cypriot choreographers the opportunity to present their works to artistic directors and organizers of contemporary dance festivals from abroad, and to enhance their efforts for international promotion and possible retraction of their works abroad. The 1st Showcase will feature eight contemporary dance works that have been choreographed and distinguished over the last two years, giving to dance friends a second chance to watch them.
by Kaitlin Milligan - Feb 12, 2019
With SXSW 2019 just around the corner, we are excited to reveal five Keynotes as well as more Featured Speakers across 25 Tracks of curated Conference programming.
by Tori Hartshorn - Dec 14, 2017
Irish Arts Center Announces Spring 2018 Season
by BWW News Desk - Dec 14, 2017
Irish Arts Center (IAC), the arts and cultural center dedicated to projecting a dynamic image of Ireland and Irish America for the 21st century, announces its Spring 2018 lineup, featuring a characteristically wide range of theatrical, musical, dance, literary, podcast, interdisciplinary and educational events.
by BWW News Desk - Dec 1, 2018
RECYCLED ILLUSIONS comes to Teatro de la Estacion, running Dec. 1 and Dec. 2. 
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Aug 4, 2020
On August 18, marking the centennial of the ratification of the 19th Amendment, Park Avenue Armory and lead partner National Black Theatre, together with nine other New York City cultural institutions, will unveil the next phase of the 100 Years | 100 Women initiative.
by Student Blogger: Alexandra Curnyn - Aug 24, 2021
But I knew back then, and know now, that my experiences in theatre have shaped me in endless ways. Therefore, I wrote that fated essay on how the basics of improvisation have taught me to remain as flexible and level-headed as possible in the face of adversity - and to make the best out of any situation. Below is one section of my college essay, which not only granted admission to some of the best and most formative years of my life, but also draws upon what could have been a terrible on-stage mishap if it weren't for mine and my cast's quick thinking and adaptability.
by Tyler Peterson - Aug 24, 2015
Hilarity will ensue in this side-splitting tale of an unexpected and unforgettable family reunion! A frenzied portrayal of sibling rivalry, Christopher Durang's award-winning Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike plays the Aurora Theatre, October 1-25, as part of the 20th Anniversary Peach State Federal Credit Union Signature Series! A co-production with Horizon Theatre Company, this humorous plays takes a look into the rollercoaster of emotions derived from being a part of a "celebrity" family while poking fun at the generational gap between Generation X and millennials.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Aug 19, 2020
On August 18, marking the centennial of the ratification of the 19th Amendment, Park Avenue Armory and lead partner National Black Theatre, together with nine other New York City cultural institutions, unveiled the next phase of the 100 Years | 100 Women initiative.
by Caryn Robbins - Aug 10, 2015
The adventurous food series, The Mind of a Chef, returns to public television this fall with two new chefs, Gabrielle Hamilton and David Kinch.
by Stephi Wild - Apr 5, 2021
The Columbus Symphony's 2019-20 strategic plan called for the organization to double the number of children served annually, establishing a goal to reach 50,000 children.
by Movies News Desk - Apr 4, 2017
David Layton and Mike Nicholson announce the first ever documentary on legendary newspaper editor Gene Roberts.
by Student Blogger: Audrey Myers - Apr 27, 2020
Theatre as an art is inherently collaborative. It takes a team. What happens when we are separated from our ensemble? How can we continue to create in isolation? Most of the time the creativity in our craft is assigned. Don't get me wrong, this doesn't negate our art by any means, but as theatre makers, we are usually creating in the context of a larger project. We often have little control over the big picture: such as being cast as a role in a musical or asked to design the set for a specific play. 
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Apr 26, 2021
Park Avenue Armory has announced the 100 Years | 100 Women Conversation Series in collaboration with The Metropolitan Museum of Art, a continuation of the 100 Years | 100 Women initiative celebrating the centennial of the 19th Amendment's ratification granting some women the right to vote.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Apr 2, 2020
The Palace Theater like many businesses was forced to close its doors temporarily in response to the Executive order from Governor Lamont in response to the Covid 19 Pandemic. As a result, the unforeseen impact of this health crisis has altered the timing of many of the season's remaining programs and events that had been scheduled.
by A.A. Cristi - Apr 2, 2018
Threshold Stage Company Presents 'The Clean House' By Sarah Ruhl, Directed by A. Nora Long at Star Theatre at the Kittery Community Center, April 13th - April 29th, 2017
by BWW News Desk - Apr 12, 2016
Alley Theatre presents REMOTE HOUSTON, a participatory, pedestrian-based live theatre experience where groups of 50 individuals meet and discover the city of Houston from a new remote perspective. The performances begin tonight, April 12, and run through May 13.